Jay Caldwell will get you set for the day with the WJON Morning NewsWatch. Local and regional news with Jim Maurice. National and world news with ABC Radio News. And much more — every weekday morning, 5-9.
Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan and I talked today about the Gopher basketball overtime win over Michigan, the NBA All Star game, the DeMarcus Cousins trade, Glen Perkins, Phil Hughes and the Twins and more.
I talked today with Apollo students and Night of the Stars performers Alexis Inthavong and Josh Miracle-Roberts. Both will be performing at LEAF's Night of the Stars Friday and Saturday nights at the Paramount Theatre.
On this month's Voices For Veterans broadcast I talked with Carrie Fassler, Director of Quality, Safety & Value at the St. Cloud V.A. She discussed the VA SAIL ratings (VA hospital rankings) and their team’s journey to becoming a High Reliability Organization. Kristy Reinke,
Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan and I talked today about the Wild roster moves and their game against Anaheim, the Timberwolves playing against Lebron James, moves the Vikings could make in the off-season, the Twins and more.
WJON's Question of the Week is asking listeners to tell us what is a memorable song with the word "love" in it? Let me know by calling 320-252-5852 between 9:10-10 today, email firstname.lastname@example.org or comment on facebook.
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